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Forum Name: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Question: feel pain after ejaculation
|Shuhel - Sat Oct 20, 2007 3:48 pm|
i am 23 male and Sometimes if I urinate soon after ejaculation, I will feel pain in my urethra near the tip of the penis. Also, sometimes I will feel mild discomfort even before I have urinated. The burning pain during urination usually only lasts for about 30 minutes with mild discomfort lasting another 30 minutes or so. During this time, it feels like I can't empty my bladder and I end up visiting the bathroom many times, only urinating a little at a time. This can happen after masturbation. And I don't think that it's something I've caught from my sexual partner as I havnt had any sex with anybody in my life yet. I have had this problem for several years now (even before I became sexually active).
Please help i am really scared. Thanks in advance[/u]
|Debbie Miller, RN - Sat Oct 20, 2007 4:24 pm|
I doubt this is anything serious though it could be suspicious for a urinary tract infection. These are unusual in men but they do happen so you should probably have a urinalysis and culture. I seriously doubt there is any concern about STD if you have not had sex.
|Shuhel - Sun Oct 21, 2007 1:39 pm|
Thank you very much. It’s a huge relief for me. I didn’t even expect that quick reply.
One thing I would like to mention here:
At that time when I urinate I used to get my urine looks more yellowish.
Now should I go for a urinalysis and culture?
Thank u once again.
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